Tech Camp is a school for children that teaches youngsters from the age of nine how to code and get them hooked on science. The school was set up over ten years ago by Tom Ward, who worked previously as a teacher and electrical engineer. He talks to Linda Lewis about the school's mission to 'inspire tomorrow's inventors' and their courses. From building robot arms to designing computer games, the school prides itself in teaching advanced tech skills to young people before they enter the competitive industry.
Experts in the nuclear industry are gathering in Abu Dhabi to discuss 'the nuclear fuel cycle', where they’ll be focusing on issues such as efficiency and economic competitiveness. Matt Cox spoke to David Hess, science communicator & policy analyst at the World Nuclear Association, who explained the nuclear cycle, and if the UK can keep up with demand.
If you're a student, or a first time renter, this week Sarah Pennells looks at what rights you're entitled to as a tenant. She is joined in the studio by Money Saving Expert Racheal Healey and Richard Blanco, independent landlord and National Landlords Association spokesperson. She will also be joined by Simon Thompson, Director of accommodationforstudents.com- the UK’s largest student accommodation portal- and David Cox from the Association of Residential Letting Agents.
Rachel Healy, Simon Thompson, David Cox, Richard Blanco
What's the best way to add value to your home? Adding an extension? Installing central heating? Or simply fixing any structural problems? Sarah is joined by experts Russell Quirk, from the online estate agency eMoov, Kate Faulkner, property expert who runs the Property Checklist, and Michael Holmes, from Homebuilding and Renovating Magazine, to find out, and to share tips on adding value to your property without spending a fortune.
On the day of a Westminster conference on the future of apprenticeships. Lambeth College Principal, Mark Silverman, explains the partnership between construction group, Carillion, and his college. It has been argued that colleges and industry should be working closer together and this new venture is an example of how that theory is trying to be changed.
Sarah Pennells is joined by our Young Money Champion, James Connington of the Telegraph's Personal Finance Team, Rod Jones from uSwitch, and Richard King, CEO of Ingenie, to talk about young people's car insurance. She also finds out how one teenager managed to save thousands of pounds on his insurance using telematics.
After Budget week, the award winning team looks at the George Osborne's budget in more detail and the new taxes that have been announced. Sugar tax, £1000 interest-free tax and the Northern Powerhouse are just a few topics the team will be discussing...
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Jane King, an IFA at Ash-Ridge Private Finance, Adam Lake of Turn2Us, Tom Connor of Drewberry Insurance and over the phone by Alistair McQueen of Aviva, to discuss how to best protect your finances if you're self-employed and don't have the security of working for a large company or organisation. What are the benefits and drawbacks of being self-employed? Do the positives outweigh the negatives?
Jane King, Adam Lake, Tom Connor, Alistair McQueen
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Share Radio founder, Gavin Oldham, as well as our Young Money Champion, Amelia Murray from the Telegraph Personal Finance Team, and over the phone with Anna Sofat of Addidi Wealth, to talk about lost child trust funds. Together they look at lost or unclaimed child trust funds, after a recent research showed that nearly 900,000 people were said to be at risk of losing their savings.